Loyalty is not just owed or pledged to a firm or company, which many people reflexively proclaim as an absolute, writes consultant Frank M. D'Amore. Rather, it is similarly owed to family members, clients and, perhaps most importantly, yourself. D'Amore discusses what could be called foolish loyalty, where attorneys with good practices stay at firms that are showing the telltale signs of likely extinction or extended stays on life support, or attorneys stay despite having obviously outgrown their firms.
Are You Being Foolishly Loyal to Your Law Firm?
The Legal Intelligencer
November 13, 2009